Education Costs

Education Cost

The cost of education, depending on the field of study, place and quality of university, varies significantly. To have an accurate estimate of the costs, you can consult with our advisers who can help you after conducting an interview and receiving the preliminary information. The following table shows the range of costs related to each degree. Obviously, the cost of education in private universities will be higher.

Costs, In U.S. Dollar
1 Associate 12000 to 15000
2 BA/BS/BBA/BEng 14000 to 20000
3 MA/MS/MEng 15000 to 22000
4 MBA/DBA 25000 to 30000
5 PhD/EH.D/D.Sc 15000 to 22000
6 Medicine and Dentistry (postgraduate) 35000 to 50000
7 Pharmacology (postgraduate) 35000 to 50000
8 Veterinary Medicine (postgraduate) 25000 to 50000

Living Cost

The cost of living in the United States may vary in each district and city, depending on the context and neighborhood. Our consultants, after carrying out the preliminary interviews and finding the suitable university for the applicant, can offer an accurate estimate of the cost of living in the areas around the university.

Expenses AnnualcostinUSD
1 Books and other academic resources 1000
2 Rent and student accommodation 7000 to 8000
3 Food 2000 to 3000
4 Transportation 600
5 Student Health Insurance 300 to 500
Average annual cost of a standard life 12000

Average fees at US universities, 2014/15

  Public two-year colleges Public four-year colleges (in-state fees) Public four-year colleges (out-of-state fees) Private non-profit four-year colleges
Tuition and other fees $3,347 $9,139






Room and board $7,705








Total (per year) $11,052








Source: College Board

When transport and other living expenses are factored in, College Board estimates the following annual budgets for undergraduate students in 2014/15:

  • $16,325 (community college)
  • $23,410 (in-state students at a four-year public college)
  • $37,229 (out-of-state students at a four-year public college)
  • $46,272 (private non-profit four-year college)